Harry hits out at Piers Morgan as Mirror hacking case settled
The royal was not at court today, but his barrister David Sherborne (right) read out a statement on his behalf (file image) Image caption: The royal was not at court today, but his barrister David Sherborne (right) read out a statement on his behalf (file image)
We're now ending our live coverage of today's High Court hearing on Prince Harry and other celebrities' phone hacking claims against the Mirror group.
As we've reported, the BBC understands that the prince will receive £300,000 in total in damages and a payment towards his legal costs.
But as our home affairs correspondent Tom Symonds notes, this is not about money for the prince.
In a statement read by his lawyer, David Sherborne, the prince vowed to continue his "mission" to shine a light on press intrusion "through to the end".
If you want to keep reading about this specific case, head here. Thanks for following our live coverage today, which was brought to you by Helena Wilkinson and Tom Symonds in court with Jemma Crew, Alex Therrien, Gem O'Reilly and Sam Hancock in the newsroom.